Robert Moore Grade 8 students Marissa Brown, left, and Kaidance Boston recently put their creative skills to the test when creating Mrs. Gibson's sculpture-based art project. The pair posed in front of a glass display full of fellow classmates' master pieces.
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These J.W. Walker students put all their strength into the tug-of-war competition while others eagerly pulled one another across the school yard in heated sled races. It was all part of the school's annual winter carnival held last Thursday as a lead-up to March Break.
Paul Catanzaro, an Employment Standards Officer with the Ministry of Labour, gave an overview of the legislation regarding the recent increase to the minimum wage in Ontario at La Place Rendez-Vous here. Organized by the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce and NCDS, the two-hour session looked at the effect Bill 148 will have on both employers and employees.
Laura Gosse is the new community engagement co-ordinator at the Fort Frances Museum.
St. Michael's J.K/S.K teacher Stephanie Mishibinijima read a story to her class during the school's annual “Voyageur Day” festivities last week.
Robert Moore students gave rubber chickens their best toss in a “chicken curling” activity held in conjunction with the school's annual winter carnival on Friday.
Montana Plasky, left, and Samantha Halliday of the local Border Figure Skating Club both will be heading to the Skate Ontario STARSkate Provincial/Skate Ontario Adult Championships that run this Friday through Sunday in Kingston after qualify in their respective events at the Skate Ontario Championships Qualifying series that was held March 5 in Thunder Bay.
Mighty Mustang Aiden Juen looked to make a chin drop on his opponent during one of his recent matches. The Littlefork, Mn. native snagged third place in the 95- to 100-pound division at a tournament in Cloquet, Mn. on Saturday.